As organizations have relied more heavily on enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, globally integrated business processes have become more vulnerable to fraud, cyber-attack and other incidents. Moreover, ERP data has become richer and more valuable. ERPs today house much more than just financial information; they hold customer data, intellectual property and proprietary supply chain methods that could be important to the organization’s competitive advantage. So, more than ever, threats to ERP continuity or lost ERP data threaten the business. At the same time, vulnerabilities in ERP abound. Some vulnerabilities are introduced through poorly controlled systems implementations, others from mergers and still others are intentionally created for nefarious purposes. Without proper controls in place, sensitive data is at heightened risk — increasing the potential for cyber threats, fraud and compliance violations.
The Deloitte Enterprise Application Integrity (EAI) team brings specialized skills, experience, tools and accelerators to help organizations secure their ERP’s, monitor them to stay vigilant and develop resiliency plans to recover from incidents. This includes:
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